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Tiger Silk aiming for first stakes victory

Pukekohe trainer Richard Collett is bullish about three-year-old filly Tiger Silk’s chances heading into the Listed Mufhasa Fasttrack Stakes (1300m) at Ellerslie on Saturday.

RAM is ready to rumble: The black sheep of the RAM family arrives in NZ

The black sheep of the RAM family is now in 13 New Zealand RAM showrooms across the country with the arrival of the RAM 1500 Black Pack.

Kiwis climb the height of Everest to mark Sir Ed Hillary's Centenary

Sir Edmund Hillary’s Himalayan Trust and Kathmandu are challenging New Zealanders to climb 8848m this March to celebrate Sir Edmund Hillary’s 100th anniversary.

Progression coming to Taupo Museum

Printmaker Maggie Dawson and potter Marita Green are sharing Taupō Museum’s main gallery space with their exhibition, Progression, which opens on Friday.

Dawson is a Taupō local who many people will know for her images depicting birds, flowers and landscapes.

From Dubai to the Derby

Caulfield Cup-winning jockey Pat Cosgrave will make a flying visit to Auckland this weekend to partner the Chris Waller-trained Nobu in the Gr.1 Vodafone New Zealand Derby (2400m).

Auckland Council takes glamping to the next level

Looking for an unforgettable park getaway? Auckland Council has just the thing with the launch of its new Eco Structures at Ōrewa Beach Holiday Park, Martins Bay Holiday Park and Wenderholm Regional Park.

Leadership course inspires Kariaotahi lifeguard

Surf Life Saving Kariaotahi lifeguard Guy Hornblow is ready to tackle his leadership role in the surf community after returning from a successful week at the Surf Life Saving Australia (SLSA) National Leadership College course in Sydney.

CCDHB staff clock over 26k during Aotearoa Bike Challenge

More than 170 staff have jumped on their bikes to clock up over 26,000km during the Aotearoa Bike Challenge.

Striking standalone images announced as open competition winners

Spanning ten diverse categories, the World Photography Organisation is proud to reveal the winning single images of the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards’ Open competition.

Uni drop out makes over $120k a month - shares how you can too

Three years ago, Matthew Lepre was working three manual labor jobs to support his single mum in and struggling to make ends meet since dropping out of university.